Thari Kanji: How prepare Rava Kanji | Thari Kanji Recipe2017-01-20
- Cuisine: Indian Recipes, Kerala Recipes
- Course: Gluten free, Healthy Recipes
- Skill Level: 15 minutes Recipes, Beginner, Quick and easy recipes
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- Servings : 3 - 4
- Prep Time : 5m
- Cook Time : 15m
- Ready In : 20m
Thari Kanji Recipe:
Thari Kanji / Thari Kachiyathu / Rava Payasam is one of my favourite Iftar Dish. Ramadan speciality drink that’s served warm or chilled… Thari kanji is very easy and quick recipe. When you are feeling so hungry or when your friends came to your home you don’t have anything to give means at that time we can quickly prepare this thari kanji. It is more easy and healthy recipe. Instead of us giving soup or juice to friend we can give it to them.
The dish is supposed to settle the stomach and it also eases the cramps that arise from the sudden rush of food after a day of abstinence from any food and water. Usually in Bombay or Calcutta we eat sambar or snack item they contain the combination of both sweet and spicy taste like the same way thari kanji also sweet but we feel some different taste because of adding onion to that.
If you are feeling some throat pain or feverish you can take this thari kanji it is good for that time of illness. It can be prepared by beginners and usually can be ready in 20 mins (having preparation time of 5 mins, cooking time 15 mins) that can be served to 3-4 persons.
This is a Kerala style recipe which shares common preparation methods with the some similar recipes like javvarisi kanji, vermicelli kheer. Without put onion in this kanji u can eat and serve it as a payasam. The purpose of adding onion is to reduce heat in our body. In villages mostly they take this thari kanji as their breakfast.
Some Nutritional facts on this recipe and key Ingredients: Semolina contains vitamin B-6 and Iron. Sugar delivers a quick energy boost, as it is rapidly absorbed in the bloodstream.
- Semolina - 1/2 Cup
- Vermicelli - 1/2 Cup
- Sugar - 1/2 Cup
- Milk - 1 1/2 Cup
- Cashew nuts - 2 Tbsp
- Raisins - 2 Tbsp
- Onion - 1/2 Tbsp
- Ghee - 2 Tbsp
- Water - 1 Cup
Take semolina and vermicelli in a pan and saute it well , when its nicely roasted. Then add water to it.
Let the semolina and vermicelli gets half cooked. When it is nicely boil and mix well. Keep the flame low.
Add sugar to it, stir till it dissolve. Add milk and little ghee to it.
Meanwhile heat another pan for frying the small onion. so first add ghee to it and when it melts,
Add chopped shallots to it and fry well. When it nicely fried add cashew nuts to it and when it gets roasted add raisins, stir well.
When the raisins also gets fried well off the flame. Check our milk mix and when it is nicely boiled and cooked well. Add these roasted mix to it.
Then stir it well and add sugar if needed. Our nombu kanji or thari kanji is ready to serve. Serve hot or chilled.